ChowHound are fun - they talk about the catering and food, not just the decorations. Most of the places people chat about are downtown Toronto locations where we've held the ceremony first, and then cocktails and dinner on-site.
The usual suspects are on the list - Canoe, St Lawrence Hall, Berkeley, SteamWhistle, ROM, (no one has mentioned the Royal Conservatory yet, which I enjoy as a venue), Distillery Restaurants, and the 'event' mansions - such as Graydon Hall, McLean House, -- and the discussion includes the food at places like the Gladstone Hotel, where we were today with about 80 people - wonderful wedding!
Posters also compare service and pricing - from Carlu to 1King West, etc. There are a few unusual listings, such as the Ballet School Atrium, but not too many restaurants on the boards. Most couples in the threads are looking for larger weddings (100-200), though some restaurants can squeeze in 80-100 (like Terroni, in the side room), but you may have to consider event spaces (Berkeley, Arcadian Court, St Lawrence Hall) for larger groups.
Fun to find discussions of menus, especially this discussion about a specific menu (Canadian, Chinese, Indian) and how it was developed. Yum!
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